4D technology is a combination of three spatial dimensions and the fourth – information. It is information about an object of historical, cultural or artistic heritage that most often forms an understanding of its uniqueness and value, linking myths, historical facts, objects, monuments and spaces into a single context.
Unlike traditional photopanoramas with fixed viewing points, the created project is a qualitatively different approach to Museum virtualization and digital transfer of the collection and Museum space. The technology developed by Navigator4D allows you to create a complete 3D replica of the entire Museum and exhibition space with high photorealistic detail, both the exhibits and the exhibition space itself. The technology itself has been developed for several years and has qualitative advantages over all existing solutions for virtual museums today. The virtual 3D space created in the project is absolutely indistinguishable from a real exhibition in a Museum. And in this created virtual replica, you can freely move in all directions, click on any window or exhibit for detailed viewing from all sides in 3D mode, which is often impossible to do in a real Museum, since many exhibits are located behind glass or turned to the viewer with only one side.
The search that works in the project allows you to find an exhibit or several objects by name or combination of letters and instantly move to it in the interior of the hall where it is located. A complete catalog with a chronological rubricator allows you to systematize Museum items by analogy with the printed version of the publication.
The exhibition project is presented as an application for a personal computer and can be used to create and demonstrate virtual interactive tours of the exhibition, embed in media projects and produce multimedia content, and develop children's game routes. The project will be available for free download by users for Windows and Mac OS. On the Internet, you can demonstrate some of its features, such as video captures of walks, demonstration of objects, high-quality photo screens of exhibition spaces.